New Varves special issue

vwg varve dist rev figSeven papers are now available in a Quaternary special issue organized by the PAGES-endorsed Varves Working Group.

Edited by Bernd Zolitschka and Wojciech Tylmann, the special issue aims to present the diversity within the field and the state-of-the-art research on lake varves at all timescales and environments.

The papers are:

> Annually Laminated Lake Sediments—Recent Progress (Tylmann W and Zolitschka B)

> Modern Analogue Approach Applied to High-Resolution Varved Sediments—A Synthesis for Lake Montcortès (Central Pyrenees) (Vegas-Vilarrubia T et al.)

> Varve Distribution Reveals Spatiotemporal Hypolimnetic Hypoxia Oscillations During the Past 200 Years in Lake Lehmilampi, Eastern Finland (Salminen S et al.)

> Ultra-High-Resolution Monitoring of the Catchment Response to Changing Weather Conditions Using Online Sediment Trapping (Johansson M et al.)

> Dropstones in Lacustrine Sediments as a Record of Snow Avalanches—A Validation of the Proxy by Combining Satellite Imagery and Varve Chronology at Kenai Lake (South-Central Alaska) (Thys S et al.)

> Grain-Size Distribution and Structural Characteristics of Varved Sediments from Lake Żabińskie (Northeastern Poland) (Żarczyński M et al.)

> Using Annual Resolution Pollen Analysis to Synchronize Varve and Tree-Ring Records (Theuerkauf M et al.)

Access the special issue here.

Find out more about the Varves Working Group here.